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A SLUMBERING GIANT OF THE PAST. Fort Jefferson, U.S.A. in the Dry Tortugas

By: Bethel, Rodman

Price: $8.00

Publisher: 1979

Seller ID: 11828

ISBN: 0961470216

Condition: Very good


91 pages, approx. 7" w. by 10" h., softcover. Includes many black and white photo repros., Very Good condition. "Fort Jefferson was the largest Civil War fortification in the United States and was the key to the Gulf, the life line to the east, and at the end of the Florida Keys' chain. It is 68 miles due west of Key West ." 020207A View more info

SAM HILDEBRAND GUERILLA.

By: Breihan, Carl W.

Price: $7.00

Publisher: Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, Leather Stocking Books: (c. 1984)

Seller ID: 000016197

ISBN: 0897690761

Condition: Good


Trade paperback, 184 pages. Black and white illustrations. Two-inch tear at top of rear cover. 061507E "This book tells the heart-stopping true story of guerilla warfare on American soil, with a cast of characters that includes Jesse James and the infamous Quantrill's raiders. With as many as 100 armed men in his remote mountain hideouts, Sam Hildebrand fought injustice like a latter day Robin Hood, striiking fast and vanishing." -- from the back cover. Set mainly in Missouri. View more info

GRANT'S STRATEGY IN VIRGINIA. A speech delivered at the Washington Civil War Round Table Gold Medal Award Dinner, April 13, 1967.

By: Catton, Bruce

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Carbondale IL, The Ulysses S. Grant Association: 1967

Seller ID: 000015921

Condition: Very good


A speech delivered by Catton and published in The Ulysses S. Grant Association Newsletter, Vol. IV Number 4, July, 1967. This is the entire newsletter; the speech takes up the bulk of the newsletter, pages 23-35, with about one page of Association news at the end.T ypescript, doubled-sided and stapled 8 1/2" by 11" sheets. The Association's officers were: Ralph G. Newman, President; Allan Nevins, Chairman Editorial Board; John Y. Simon, Managing Editor. The Association was based at the Morris Library, Southern Illinois University. 021210C View more info

DOCTORS IN GRAY. The Confederate Medical Service

By: Cunningham, H.H

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press: 1958

Seller ID: 12065

Condition: Near fine


xii + 339 pages, octavo, hardcover. Includes bibliography, index. Book is in near Fine condition; dust jacket is slightly chipped, soil on rear panel, spine sunned, Good 041407A View more info

AS LUCK WOULD HAVE IT. Chance and Coincidence in the Civil War

By: Eisenschiml, Otto and E. B. Long

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Co.: 1948

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 11512

Condition: Very good


285 pages, octavo. Maps by Barbara Long. Includes bibliography. Book and dust jacket are in Very Good condition. 091306A View more info

A. P. Hill. Lee's Forgotten General.

By: Hassler, William Woods.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press: (1984)

Edition: reprint or revised edition

Seller ID: 000017190

ISBN: 080780973X

Condition: near Fine


Octavo, gray cloth covers, xiv [2] 249 pages. Includes black and white illustrations and maps, and index. Map covering the campaigns of A. P. Hill's Commands 1861-1865 on endpapers. Dust jacket has a couple of closed tears, rear panel sunned. View more info

IN THE BLOODY RAILROAD CUT AT GETTYSBURG

By: Herdegen, Lance J., and William J. K. Beaudot.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Dayton, Morningside: 1990

Edition: book club edition

Seller ID: 000017451

ISBN: 089029535X

Condition: Fine


Octavo, black cloth spine over black boards, xxi, 22-389 pages. Includes maps, black and white illustrations, bibliography, and index. "The 'Calico boys' of the 6th Wisconsin Volunteers went to Gettysburg in 1863 and fought in the epic battle of the Civil War. In the very opening of the infantry fighting, the regiment--detached from its famous 'Iron Brigade' --ran more than a half mile to charge a Confederate brigade in an unfinished railroad cut. The successful attack played a key role in the outcome of the battle." --from the dust jacket. 090617A View more info

ON THE TRAIL OF GRANT AND LEE. A Narrative History of the Boyhood and Manhood of Two Great Americans, Based Upon Their own Writings, Official Records, and Other Authoritative Information.

By: Hill, Frederick Trevor.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, D. Appleton-Century Co.: 1942

Edition: later printing

Seller ID: 000018333

Condition: Good +


Illustrated in color by Arthur E. Becher, plus black and white illustrations in the text. Octavo (approx. 6 1/4" wide by 8 1/2" tall), dark blue cloth covers with white titles, xiv + 305 pages. Large glue stain on rear paste-down endpaper, but otherwise in nice condition. Civil War, Generals. 092717C View more info

Tabular Statements Showing the Names of Commanders of Army Corps. Divisions, and Brigades United States Army, during the War of 1861-1865. Compiled from Data on Record in the Office of Quartermaster-General of the Army, 1887. Bound with: Flags of the Army of the United States Carried During the War of the rebellion 1861-1865, to designate the headquarters of the different Armies. Army Corps, divisions and Brigades. Compiled under direction of the Quartermaster General U.S. Army 1887

By: Quartermaster-General of the Army (Brigadier General S. B. Holabird)

Price: $1,800.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, Burk & McFetridge: 1887

Edition: First

Seller ID: 000018322

Condition: Very good


On top cover title reads: Military Commanders and Designating Flags of the United States Army 1861 - 1865. The spine titles read: Flags of the United States Army. Folio, approx. 15 3/8" tall by 11 5/8" wide, pebbled brown cloth with brown leather spine and corners. Marbled endpapers. Gilt titles and rules. Two title pages; one for the "Tabular Statements" and one for the "Flags."Contains charts of command for every United States Army corps, including division and brigade commanders along with the dates of service. 89 color lithographs of flags (including two frontispie... View more info